Migrants and refugees are some of the most vulnerable people in the world, and face particular challenges in seeking health care. In this panel three MMSc-GHD alumni will discuss their work on migrant and refugee health, and participate in a moderated discussion with MMSc-GHD Program Director Joia Mukherjee, MD, MPH. Manami Uechi, MD, MMSc ‘20 is a physician who led a recent effort to establish social and healthcare services for asylum-seeking clients at the MGH Asylum Clinic at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Center for Global Health. Theogene Ngirinshuti, MD, MMSc ’22 conducted his MMSc-GHD thesis research on the barriers and facilitators of COVID-19 containment among citizens and refugees in Rwanda. Ana Cristina Sedas, MD, MMSc ’21, is Technical Advisor on Health and Migration in the Health and Migration Programme at the World Health Organization.